From the dust of a gold mine to the dirt of a saloon, Call of Juarez® Gunslinger is a real homage to the Wild West tales. Live the epic and violent journey of a ruthless bounty hunter onto the trail of the West’s most notorious outlaws.Read full description
"The story keeps things slightly off-balance and constantly throws up interesting moments, while the minute-by-minute gunplay makes murdering your way through that story intensely satisfying." - PCGamer.com
"Call of Juarez: Gunslinger may be the game that cements the franchise's reputation as one of, if not the, least consistent in gaming history." - Polygon.com
CAN YOU STAND AGAINST THE DEADLIEST GUNSLINGERS WHO EVER LIVED?
From the dust of a gold mine to the dirt of a saloon, Call of Juarez® Gunslinger is a real homage to the Wild West tales. Live the epic and violent journey of a ruthless bounty hunter onto the trail of the West’s most notorious outlaws. Blurring the lines between man and myth, this adventure made of memorable encounters unveils the untold truth behind some of the greatest legends of the Old West.
Meet the legendary outlaws: Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, Jesse James… Face down the West’s most notorious gunslingers and live the untold stories behind the legends.
Experience a lawless land: Blaze a trail through the wilderness of the Old West and live an epic adventure through stunning Western landscapes.
Dispense your own justice: With a gun holster tied to your leg, become a ruthless bounty hunter on a journey made of all out gun battles.
Prevail in deadly gunfights: Master the art of blasting pistols, shooting rifles, dodging bullets and unleash lethal combos to gun down multiple enemies in split seconds.
Become the West’s finest: Choose the specific gun fighting skills you want to develop and acquire new shooting abilities to become the West’s finest gunslinger.
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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is the latest game in the Call of Juarez franchise and for me the game was absolutely fun and amazing. The levels and the visuals are great, the weapons and the controls are just right and the boss system will make you feel like you're in a cowboy movie. It is true that the game is short, but its a good and well made game and for the price, you'll get enough to have fun for a couple of weeks. If you liked the previous Call of Juarez games or you like cowboys, this game is for you. Recommended.
Having only heard bad things of the previous call of juares titles, i steered clear of this title for a while... that was a mistake. When i finally picked up the game i was surprised as to how entertaining this game was, i felt like playing through the perfect spaghetti western, it has it all classic hilbilly cowboys, injuns, standoffs, dynamite and much more, and i loved every second of it. There is also a challenge game mode that takes place throughout the different levels of the game, the gamemode is challenging but very completable. Other than the challenge mode, and hidden objects in the game i didn't find the greatest replay value in the game, also the game itself is very short compared to the amazing gameplay. The story of the game is a quite standard western, story with an obvious, but very likeable surprise in the end, the storytelling however is absolutely amazing, told mainly by the loveable main character and interrupted here and there by some surrounding folk. so all in all the game is surprisingly good, but too short for it's own good.
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is kind of a short game but i don't really think it needs to be long, it does what it does really well as you go through his story and the ending i thought was great. Its an action packed arcade shooter i think older people like me will appreciate because as a kid 16 bit games were 1 to 4 hours long so i think of it that way, well worth it on steam sale get it its good. It does the arcade shooting very well , honestly i felt i had played a good 8 or ten hours of this but it was half that. A great game that is good to sit down for an evening or weekend to play through. I would have been happy paying 15$ before the sale i got it for 10 on sale though i think most people will find more value getting it on sale instead of full price.
I played the first two Call of Juarez games which proved to be enchanting. And this one is good, not great. The graphics is great, the way the story is told is interesting, but it's too short. You get all the outlaws and then what? You get your revenge, but this game I thought had more substance. All right, it's fun to kill hundreds of villains, but at times it's gets boring. This game is strictly for the fans. FPS fans. The first two were way better than this one.
Silas Greaves is one hell of a Southerner who wreaks havoc on the western front as he searches for revenge in this epic first person shooter set in the west of old days. The accents are crisp and neatly done, the shooting mechanics are awesome & the chunk and clunk sound of bullets is satisfactory. The story takes place in flash back as Silas Greaves recounts his adventures of the old & there are plenty of crazy cowboys and Indians to shoot at. Kind of reminded me of Painkiller where you had to kill so many enemies at each level. But what made this killing fun, is the weapons, the upgrades you can apply on your weapons with the XP you earn & comic dialogues of Silas & his enemies as they set out to kill each other. The game rewards you for head shots and unique kills including dynamites and long range rifle head shots. You can use these XP points to upgrade your weapons, when you level up. The game makes great use of the cover system as you move from cover to cover in the mountains, barns and towns as you take out enemies one after the other. Its easy to sometimes get overwhelmed by the amount of foes you face, but Silas Greaves is one hell of a Cowboy who shoots his way through all troubles to reach his prey. The one on one duels and Mexican standoffs between Cowboys is a nice addition and challenges you to concentrate very hard on focusing and moving your hand towards the gun at the same time. Although it can get a bit repetitive in the end. My only problem with the game is that the level design starts to feel the same. The mountainous setting has been overused in the game I feel & even at difficult level the game was quite a breeze except a few one on one duels. Revolver, Shotgun & Rifle are the three weapons you use during the entire game along with dynamites. (which are awesome fun, as you can take out a large pack of cowboys with a single one)
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